Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire Timeline 1810-series
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Acer Timeline 1810T
25 June 2010
Excerpt: I first stumbled upon the Acer Timeline 1810T when I went looking for a laptop that was lighter than my “daily driver” (a MacBook Pro) yet still powerful enough to help me handle most of what I needed to do while traveling. This meant of course that netbooks were …
Summary: I've had this little laptop for 5yrs now it is a great machine with a long battery life I got another battery as I was living off grid most of the time and traveling the rest so ideal to take with me. It has never let me down not once, i would recommend this laptop it's great.
Summary: Hi, had my 1810t a day so far. I'm a very experienced computer user and this far exceeded my expectations: Battery 4hrs+ for a 2009 machine Has bluetooth CPU handles tasks promptly, little lag experienced even though maxes out easily Screen fantastic - very bright, very clear, quite sharp, colours...
Summary: I bought this for my 10 year old grandson to learn on and I think it was the best purchase I've ever made as the amount of pleasure he has had from it so far... the item has already paid for itself.
Excerpt: Acer Aspire Timeline 1810TZ-412G32n Olympic Edition is a special edition presented by Acer to welcome the Winter Olympics 2010 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It has an attractive silver lid and the screen is quite thin with 11.6 inch screen.
Pros: Excellent performances, long battery life, suitable for travelling
Summary: I had a little 9" notebook before this but the keyboard was just a bit too small even with my little fingers. I researched notebooks before deciding on replacing it with this one and I wasnt disapointed, I love it.
Summary: Really great machine for the money. I'd give it five stars except that the keyboard flexes a little too much for my taste, it came without Bluetooth (though you can retrofit it internally easily enough [ebay sourced internal bluetooth module], which I did to save using one of the three USB ports,...
Great speedy little full featured laptop, just minus PCI Express Card slot!
A. Jones "arkid", Amazon
24 April 2010
Summary: I wont repeat many positive things others have said about this laptop. Its pretty nippy I find, handles everything I need to and as a web developer I can even develop from it using the supplied version of Windows.
Summary: I've had an IBM x41 tablet for the last 5 years and I was really reluctant to get rid of it because I think IBM/Lenovo make the best laptops, but to replace it would have been more than £1500. I kept looking at netbooks but always came away with the same problem, too slow & too small.